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Educational Tutorials

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Professor Philipp Schuetz

In this tutorial, Professor Philipp Schuetz discusses the clinical utility of Procalcitonin to support Antimicrobial Stewardship in Sepsis.

Professor Mervyn Singer

During this first tutorial, Professor Mervyn Singer will give the definition of sepsis and explain why we needed a new definition to this major health issue.

Professor Mervyn Singer

In this second tutorial, Professor Mervyn Singer will explain how to spot sepsis and what are the warning signs. He will also present the different tools that can be used clinically to diagnose sepsis.

Professor Mervyn Singer

In this third and last tutorial, Professor Mervy Singer will explain the links between sepsis and COVID-19 with a "simple" question: Is COVID-19 Sepsis? We also invite you to discover a recorded webinar from Professor Singer on this topic in the webinar section.

Doctor Manu Shankar-Hari

In this first tutorial, Doctor Manu Shankar-Hari will present the Hour-1 bundle - Initial resuscitation for sepsis and septic shock, and will discuss the role of diagnostics in sepsis and in terms of host response.

Doctor Manu Shankar-Hari

In this second tutorial, Doctor Manu Shankar-Hari will explain the host response to infection in sepsis.

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